IDRM Inaugural Symposium
Please register by Friday 21 October 2022. The Symposium will be followed by a wine reception at the IMS-Tetsuya Nakamura Building (IDRM)
The IDRM Inaugural Symposium is an opportunity to showcase the building and for those of us working in the field to exchange ideas and build networks. Speakers will discuss their latest research related to the three main research themes of our Institute: Neuroscience, Cardiovascular science, and Immunology as well as showcase platforms in advanced imaging and -omics. Further, we will be hosting a wine reception at the IDRM after the Symposium.


0845 Registration Open (teas and coffees will be available)
0915 Welcome & Opening Remarks from Professor Paul Riley, Institute Director
0930 Professor Wolfram Zimmermann: “From EHT to EHM for Tissue Engineered Heart Repair in Patients with Advanced Heart Failure”
1000 Professor Cecilia Lindgren: “BDI: The Next Chapter”
1030 Dr Robin Buckle – Talk title TBC
1100 Refreshments
1130 Dr Thomas Boehm: “Evolutionary Novelties in Vertebrate Immune Systems”
1200 Professor Marco Fritszche: “The Oxford-ZEISS Centre of Excellence in Biomedical Imaging: future-proof biomaging and beyond”
1230 Speed Dating Session
1310 Sandwich Lunch
1415 Professor Bertie Gottgens: “Rabbit Development as a Model for Single Cell Comparative Genomics”
1445 Assoc. Professor Fadi Issa & talk from Nanostring: “Development and Assessment of Regulatory T Cell Therapies for Transplantation”
1515 Anne Le Good and Christine Weber: “How to publish in Cell Stem Cell”
1535 Refreshments
1610 Professor Angela Russell: “Discovery of Small Molecules to Manipulate Cell Fate In Vivo: towards new therapies for degenerative diseases”
1640 Professor Giovanna Mallucci: “Mechanisms to Medicines in Neurodegeneration”
1710 Professor Molly Stevens: “Bioengineering Strategies for Regenerative Medicine and Therapeutics”
1740 Finish
1750 Wine Reception at IDRM
Date: 4 November 2022, 8:30 (Friday, 4th week, Michaelmas 2022)
Venue: Richard Doll Building, Old Road Campus OX3 7LF
Speakers: Dr Thomas Boehm (The Max Plank Institute of Immunology & Genetics, Munich), Professor Giovanna Mallucci (Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge), Professor Wolfram Zimmermann (University of Gottingen, Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology, Gottingen), Dr Robin Buckle (Medical Research Council, London), Professor Bertie Gottgens (University of Cambridge), Anne Le Good (Developmental Cell Journal, London), Christine Weber (Cell Stem Cell Journal, London), Professor Molly Stevens, FREng FRS (Imperial College London), Professor Cecilia Lindgren (Oxford Big Data Institute), Professor Marco Fritszche (Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology), Associate Professor Fadi Issa (Transplantation Research Immunology Group), Professor Angela Russell (Departments of Pharmacology and Chemistry, University of Oxford)
Host: Professor Paul Riley (DPAG, University of Oxford)
Booking required?: Required
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Audience: Members of the University only
Editor: Talitha Smith